A University of Kentucky defensive lineman was charged Sunday with driving on a suspended license.
Mark Randall Crawford, 21, was arrested about 5:49 p.m. near the intersection of Euclid and Woodland avenues.
An officer pulled Crawford over after his vehicle nearly collided with another vehicle on Euclid Avenue. The officer confirmed that Crawford's license had been had been suspended. Crawford also was unable to provide proof of insurance.
The junior was arrested and charged with careless driving, failure to maintain required insurance and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
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He was taken to Fayette County jail and was released after posting $350 bond.
UK football media relations director Tony Neely said head coach Joker Phillips is aware of the situation and Phillips will address disciplinary action with Crawford internally.
Last fall, Crawford, who was counted on to become a key cog at defensive tackle, was suspended for the last two games for a violation of team rules.